Migration gathers administrative staff to improve actions against irregular migratory flow

6 February, 2023
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February 4, 2023.

The general director of Migration, Venancio Alc谩ntara, held a meeting with the staff
administrative staff of the institution, including all directors and managers of endowments
disseminated at the national level, with the objective of adopting strategies that allow maintaining
and continue streamlining the actions carried out against the migratory flow
irregular in the country and the development of services to Dominican citizens and

During the meeting, the official gave specific instructions regarding the tasks
administrative procedures that are carried out throughout the national geography, to continue improving the
services of the institution within the framework of migration policies promoted by the government
of President Luis Abinader.

In the same way, Alc谩ntara listened to the concerns of the department managers, and
administrative managers at the national level, in order to detect weaknesses and strengthen the
action plans launched by the current management at the helm of Migration.

They agreed, among other points, to continuously monitor the routine operations that
carried out throughout the country, provide the appropriate information to the Interdiction Team
Immigration created for these purposes and ensure that the law is complied with without incurring in excesses.

Also participating in the meeting were administrative managers of border points,
ports and airports, where they addressed important issues related to their functions, with the aim of
in order to use the technology that the government agency has for such purposes

Also participating in the meeting were the director of Human Resources, Mart铆n Su谩rez;
Director of Communications, Nelson Guti茅rrez; the Administrative Officer, Jos茅 Dur谩n Jiminian; and the
Planning Director, Juan Souffront Castillo, as well as the Financial Manager Dony
Valdez, among other officials of the institution.

by: communications department.